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Two concepts or things are commensurable if they are measurable or comparable by a common standard.
Commensurability commonly refers to Commensurability (mathematics). It may also refer to:
- Commensurability (astronomy)
- Commensurability (economics), whether economic value can always be measured by money
- Commensurability (ethics), the commensurability of values in ethics
- Commensurability (law)
- Commensurability (philosophy of science)
- Unit commensurability, a concept in dimensional analysis that concerns conversion of units of measurement
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